Stars are a rare sight in Seoul, but at the observatory in Nowon-gu, you can feast your eyes on a celestial buffet. Visit on Fri, Sat or Sun at 2pm to enter for free, or make a reservation ahead of time to see the spring constellations and the Moon. (spoiler: the surface of the Moon looks like “ojingeo ttangkong”).
|Venue name:||Seoul Observatory|
13, Dongil-ro 205-gil
|Opening hours:||Varies on programs|
|Transport:||Junggye Station (Line 7), exit 4|
|Price:||1,000 won, children 500 won|